Jennifer joined RMC in January 2002 as a Geologist for the Environmental Division. She is an environmental geologist with extensive experience in technical writing, field investigations, and data quality review. She has participated on various projects for RCRA facility investigations, site characterizations, environmental site assessments, and long-term monitoring programs.

Jennifer has performed long-term groundwater monitoring at installations across the country for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District and Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence.

Since 2002 she has participated in the LTM program and remedial investigations at Mountain Home Air Force Base (MHAFB) in Idaho.

Responsibilities have included the installation of groundwater and vapor monitoring wells, sample collection, soil-gas surveys, SVE pilot studies, and assistance with the preparation of technical reports. Jennifer also conducted a five-year remedy review in both 2001 and 2006 for MHAFB to determine whether selected remedies as documented in the Records of Decision for 33 Installation Restoration Program sites are protective of human health and the environment.

In addition, Jennifer has performed numerous Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and Transaction Screens Assessments under ASTM guidelines on a wide range of properties (including agricultural, woodland, ranchland, unimproved land, commercial, and residential tracts) for the National Park Service (Intermountain Support Office and Midwest Regional Office) and Colorado Housing and Finance Authority.

Previously, Jennifer worked at Foothill Engineering Consultants, Inc. as an environmental geologist.

Jennifer holds an M.A. in Geology from Miami University.